As Clone war continues to change the shape of the universe, this circumstance reshaped not only from the day to day lives, to intergalactic political movements, but also the very core of the JEDI philosophy.
Now jedi is no longer keepers of the peace, but they are solders with light sabers, and the commanders of clone troopers.
Pix (girl) and Cal (boy) are the new generation jedi padawans, who lost their master jedi in a battle against humanoid race called sephi in planet Thustra. To amend the damage done to Republic force in hostile territory, Yoda makes his vist to this planet and attempt to bring peace back in its place without drawing his saber. however, the predicament Yoda has faced among the young jedi padawans, clone commander, the king of the sephi nation, and the politicians are more complex than he ever expected, and the shadow casted by this event could be one of the most tragic in starwars extended universe.
Pix and cal line and painted by JUJI [link]
Yoda line and painted, background (floor pattern and piller design) by MIRO [link]
sketch, layout, background, light and atmoshphere and composite by HOON
Pix and cal painted using Painter8 and PSCS
Yoda, BG, atmosphere, composited in PSCS with additional plates created on Bryce.
some of you may not find this particular style (line art oriented, yet has the painting feel, on 3D ish BG composite) your cup of tea. but this style has evolved to a unique, and effective (in both technical and timely manner) comic making mathods, and you can expect this level of detail and complexity in each pages.
The book is scheduled to be shiped on July 14. World wide (except for UK)
[link] cover art of this project [link] Darkhorse.com profile on this project [link] Starwars.com info regarding this project
So this was supposed to be a kiriban. Only... I screwed up big time because my brain has a nasty tendency to misremember important details. So yeah, I'll be redoing it - with the details *right* this time, LOL! - but in the meantime, hell, since I've already finished this, why not put it up?
A post-K1 Bastila and a somewhat scruffy Revan taking a walk through... yeah, you've guessed it: Dantooine. Ha. And yes, I *know* his robes are shorter than in the game. Call it artistic licence.
Painted on one layer, because I haven't found that missing portion of my brain. It was both unnerving - and yet exhilarating. Kind of like walking a tightrope without a safety net.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic property of Lucas Arts and Bioware.
Star Wars EU--Luke and family, having a quiet moment (which, when one reads all the post ROTJ novels, seem to be in short supply, lol!). I just wanted them to have a bit of "quality time," so I gave it to them here!
suggested that, since we both suffered from "Perfectdetailholism" and needed curing, we could do with a little loosening up, and challenged me to a Weekly Speedpaint.
When was the last time I painted anything to do with KotOR? October last year? It was no big deal, walking away from all of it. But recently I was talking to a couple of people about KotOR when I realised: I do actually miss this game. And I'm still quite fond of [link] for all its mistakes, although I've been imagining the showdown from different angles over the past few years. So hell, why not.
~1.25 hrs. Two layers. Hard brush, Corel PP12.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II property of LucasArts and Obsidian Entertainment.